English language events organised by DIPF and international conferences with active participation of DIPF staff and exhibitions of the Research Library for the History of Education.
Limassol, Cyprus. August 25 to 29, 2015. Every two years, EARLI, the "European Association for Research on Learning and Instruction", organises a conference where educational researchers from all over the world can interact regarding their latest research projects and findings; among them many of the scientists working at DIPF. In 2015, the EARLI conference title is "Towards a Reflective Society: Synergies between Learning, Teaching and Research". The JURE conference is traditionally held ahead of the EARLI conference, and this year it will convene on August 23rd and 24th. This pre-conference targets young researchers.
The annual AERA 2015 meeting is held from April 16–20, 2015 in Chicago, Illinois. At the American Educational Research Association convention, the DIPF service unit for "International Cooperation in Education" hosts a German-American seminar on April 17, entitled “"Education, Democracy and Justice: Transatlantic Perspectives - German-American Seminar".
April 16 - April 20, 2015. Chicago, Illinois. Liasion office "ice - International Cooperation in Education": Call for papers for a German-American Seminar at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Educational Research Association (AERA) focussing on the topic "Toward Justice: Culture, Language, and Heritage in Education Research and Praxis". Deadline Call for papers: November 11, 2014
February 27 - March 1, 2015. Frankfurt / Main. Traumatised "children-at-risk" are an important subject of the interdisciplinary dialogue between Psychoanalysis and its related disciplines and the central topic of the Interdisciplinary Psychoanalytic Research Conference 2015. They pose a particular challenge for psychotherapists, educational scientists, teachers, educators and politicians. The conference continues the tradition of the Joseph Sandler Research Conferences and is jointly organised by the Sigmund Freud Institute, the IDeA Centre of the LOEWE ‘excellence initiative’ in the state of Hessen, the Goethe-University Frankfurt, the University of Kassel and the University of Stockholm.